RIGHTS OF RESIDENTS
The foundation of living in a residence hall, Greek house, or an apartment community is respecting the rights of others. The nine actions identified below seriously infringe on the rights of other community members and will not be tolerated. Violators may be evicted from on-campus housing, with no refunds, and may also be subject to additional disciplinary action.
- Actions which endanger the health and safety of other persons
- Providing a common source of alcohol in on-campus housing
- Intentional damage or destruction of University or Housing property
- Use or possession of explosives, firecrackers, firearms, explosive materials or weapons of any kind in campus housing
- Sale, use, possession or distribution of illegal drugs or narcotics
- Throwing or dropping potentially dangerous objects out of windows
- Misusing or tampering with fire safety equipment: fire alarms, smoke detectors, extinguishers, etc.
- Deliberately starting a fire in the residence halls, Greek facilities or apartments.
- University Alcohol and Controlled Substances Policy
University policy requires that members of the University community, including visitors and guests, comply with federal, state and local laws especially those relating to alcoholic beverages, narcotics, and other drugs. University policy prohibits the unlawful possession, use or distribution of alcohol and/or controlled substances on its property, or immediately adjacent thereto, as a part of any University-sponsored activity.